One of CDCI’s strengths is our ability to create human connection.
Of course, it’s rather hard to do so during the COVID-19 isolation.
So the advocates at CDCI have decided to come together to share their experiences during isolation. This is not us as disability advocates, but as human beings who happen to work for disability services. We will be sharing the good, the bad, and the interesting on a weekly basis and we would like to invite anyone to respond or share your stories too.
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